The film, by Japanese artist Ujicha, is made with a lo-fi cutout technique known as “gekimation.” It will be available for streaming on October 21.
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In her new role, Simensky will spearhead a new push into “emerging platforms” at the public broadcaster.
The program includes Oscar contenders like “I Lost My Body” and “Weathering With You,” and plenty of U.S. premieres.
The Polish event returns October 8–12 with a program of masterclasses, workshops, and other networking events for stop-motion filmmakers.
The studio’s first project will be the preschool series “Go! Go! Cory Carson.”
The Ibero-American Animation Quirino White Paper lays the groundwork for collaborations and co-productions between 23 countries.
The program, which runs September 12–30, will screen “Ghost in the Shell,” “Paprika,” and “Summer Wars,” among others.
New research looks at gender, ethnicity, inclusivity, and pay in the U.K.’s animation, vfx, and post-production sectors.
In 2017, John Morena set out to make 52 shorts in a year. The animator talks to Cartoon Brew about the one-of-a-kind project that is “Area 52.”
The ecological fantasy adventure is the second animated feature to triumph in China this summer, following “Ne Zha.”
The “Violet Evergarden” spin-off debuted in Japanese theaters last Friday.
Artists assemble: California has a brand-new convention for you.
A new way of looking at Hong Kong through animation…
Gitanjali Rao’s hand-painted feature is an ambitious tale of love and loss in India’s biggest metropolis.
The 2019 edition will focus on the theme of “stop motion in the digital age.”
Dozens of Latin American series have been optioned, and moved into development and production thanks to the Ideatoon competition.
In its U.S. debut, the Chinese animated film grossed more per theater than any film playing on five or more screens.
“Ne Zha” is the only foreign animated movie that has ever opened in North America with over $500 million already in the bank.
The sitcom originally aired on Disney Channel from 2001 to 2005. Its return has yet to be confirmed.
A preview of upcoming animation books.